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One of the major focus area of the Skill India Mission is to prepare our youth for opportunities of employment in the global markets. To meet this objective, Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship is setting up India International Skill Centers (IISC) to provide skill trainings and certification benchmarked to International Standards.

India International Skill Centers shall be set up through the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) and shall impart training through the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) and Pravasi Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PKVY) to youth seeking global mobility for jobs.

 

 

  • IISCs shall be state-of-the-art centers equipped with lab infrastructure to deliver International benchmarked training and certification programs.
  • IISCs to be setup at the overseas migration pockets of the country for equipping trainees looking to migrate overseas
  • Pre-Departure Orientation Training (PDOT)

    modules to be part of the trainings at IISCs which shall make the trainees adjust to the culture, language and environment of the migrating country as well as provide the necessary digital literacy skills

    PDOT Training of Trainer (TOT) Summary-Conducted at MEA from 27-31 March 2017 at Pravasi Bharatiya Kendra, New Delhi.

    For any questions or suggestions, please write to us at  iisc@nsdcindia.org

  • IISCs shall look to develop placement linkages to international countries through direct tie ups with Employers or Recruitment Agents approved by the Ministry of External Affairs
  • Post the successful completion of the assessments, candidates would be awarded a joint certification of the Indian Sector Skill Council and the International Awarding Organisation

Pre-Departure Orientation Training (PDOT) modules would be part of the trainings at IISCs, which shall make the trainees adjust to the culture and environment of the migrating country s well as provide the necessary digital literacy skills.

 

Pre-departure orientation training consists of :

 

S.No Training Center Name IISC Job Role Location
1 SWACA Model Center Varanasi General Duty Assistant Varanasi
2 QUIVAN-DTC-ANANDNAGAR Mason General Maharajganj
3 ORION EDUTECH-VARANASI General Duty Assistant Varanasi
4 SynchroServe Skill Development Centre Food And Beverage Servicesteward Hyderabad
5 FORCE 10 PROTECTION SERVICES PRIVATE LTD Unarmed Security guard Ernakulam

6

Empower Pragati India International Skill Training Centre Sales Associate Allahabad
7 Empower Pragati India International Skill Training Centre F and B Steward Allahabad
8 MAHENDRA SKILLS - IISC LUCKNOW Retail Sales Associate Lucknow
9 Labournet-IIMC-Gorakhpur-Center General Mason Gorakhpur
10 PRAYAS JAC RANCHI General Housekeeper Ranchi
11 IL&FS Skills  Commercial Vehicle Driver Level 4,  Ajmer, Rajasthan
12 Quivan HTTC General Mason Kolkatta
13 MWT GDA Ernakulam
14 Swaca lucknow Food And Beverage Servicesteward Lucknow
15 Moti babu General Masona and MIG Welder Bhojpur (Arraria)

 

National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) is one of the official Sending Organisations for the ‘The Japanese Technical Intern Training Program’ (TITP) by JITCO (Japan International Training Cooperation Organization)

About TITP

Young workers from various countries would be chosen to work in Japan, and obtain Japanese industrial and vocational skills. The aim of this program is to help these workers contribute better to the improvements of their occupational and professional life. More so, on their return, this will create development of industries and business enterprises in their own countries

Who is a sending organisation?

“Accredited Sending Organization" means sending organizations authorized by the Government contact point of each country which has signed "The Record of Discussions(R/D) "and "Supplementary Record of Discussions (Supplementary R/D)" with JITCO To know more about JITCO’s TITP please refer here
http://www.jitco.or.jp/english/information_trainees_interns/index.html
If you are a training provider looking to expand skill training initiatives in Japan, we are happy to hear from you. For any partnership queries, please write to iisc@nsdcindia.org

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Contact Us

For queries related to overseas connect, program development, creating business opportunities, please write to manish.joshi@nsdcindia.org

 

For queries related to SMART and target allocation, operational issues, on ground execution, please write to komal.kaul@nsdcindia.org

 

For queries related to branding collateral, ToT and PDOT execution, International Awarding Body and courseware content, please write to meera.khokhani@nsdcindia.org

 

Alternatively, you could also connect with us on our group ID at iisc@nsdcindia.org